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Manual Data Configuration – Android
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Manual Data Configuration
Please wait a couple of minutes after setting it up.
Android (MY Touch, G1, MOTO Cliq & Behold 2)
(1) Press Menu button.
(2) Tap Settings > Wireless Controls or Wireless Networks > Mobile Networks.
Check if “Data Roaming” and “Use Only 2G Networks” are both UNCHECKED.
(3) Tap Access Point Names.
(4) Press Menu button and select New APN.
(5) Enter the following information:
 Name: H2O Wireless
 APN: att.mvno
 Proxy: 66.209.11.33
 Port: 80
 Username: <Blank>
 Password: <Blank>
 Server: <Blank>
 MMSC: http://mmsc.cingular.com
 MMS Proxy: <Blank>
 MMS Port: <Blank>
 MCC: <Blank>
 MNC: <Blank>
 APN Type: <Blank>
(6) Press Menu and then Save.
(7) *For Samsung Behold II press #*87927#
Blackberry Standard
*Reminder* Phones that are purchased from Verizon cannot be configured on our network such as the
Blackberry Storm and the Blackberry Storm 2.
(1) Download Blackberry Desktop Manager for either PC or MAC.
 Double click on the “.exe” file and install Blackberry Desktop Manager.
(2) Then, download Mini Opera.
Choose your phone model.
Download Opera Mini and save the “ZIP” file onto your Desktop.
Locate the “ZIP” file on your Desktop.
Right-click on the file and click “Extract All”.
(3) Go to the Blackberry Desktop Manager.
Go to applications and import files.
Find Opera Mini and click on Plus (+) symbol to the Far Right and install.
The application summary should be at the very bottom of the screen.
Please make sure the Opera Mini reads and says install next to the application.
Apply all settings and sync. (*If you receive an error message when you apply. Click on the screen again
to refresh it and the Opera Mini should appear in the installation list.)
(4) Once installed, go to Blackberry Downloads file and install Opera Mini.
(5) Please make sure you check that Wi-Fi is turned off and all your At&t service books are deleted.
Options > Advanced Options > Service book
(6) Go to Options > Advanced Options > TCP/IP. Be sure there is a check mark for APN Setting Enable and for
the APN type att.mvno.
Make sure that APN Authentication is NOT checked.
Then, click on Blackberry Menu Button and save.
HTC Standard (HTC HD2, HTC Dash, HTC Touch Pro 2, Google Nexus One, G1, & G2)
HTC HD2
Internet Settings:
(1) Tap on Start > Settings icon > Wireless Controls
> Menu > Connections > Advanced > Select
networks > New.
Connection Name: H2O Wireless
Select Modem: Cellular Line (GPRS)
Enter APN: att.mvno
(2) Leave all fields blank and Tap Finish.
(3) Tap on Manage Existing Connections.
 Make sure H2O Wireless is selected.
MMS Settings:
(1) Tap on Messages > Menu (on the bottom right)
> Settings > Options > Menu (on the bottom
right) > MMS Server > New.
(2) Enter the following information:
 Server Name: H2O Wireless
 IP Address: 66.209.11.33
 Port: 80
 Server Address: http://mmsc.cingular.com
 Connect via: <Blank>
(3) Tap and hold H2O Wireless.
(4) Tap on Set as default.
HTC Dash (Windows Phone & Windows Mobile)
Internet Settings:
(1) Tap Start > Settings > Connections > Cellular Line (GPRS, 3G)
(2) Enter the following information:
 Name: H2O Wireless
 Connect to: Internet
 APN: att.mvno
 Username: <Blank>
 Password: <Blank>
 Primary dns: <Blank>
 Secondary dns: <Blank>
 IP address: <Blank>
(3) Press Done > Start > Internet Explorer > Menu > Tools > Options > Connections > “Automatically Detect
Settings” should be checked > Done.
HTC Touch Pro 2
Internet Settings:
(1) Select Settings > Communications > Data Connections > Add New Modem
(2) Enter the following information:
Connection name: H2O Wireless
 Modem: Cellular Line, GPRS
 APN: att.mvno
 Username: <Blank>
 Password: <Blank>
 Domain: <Blank>
(3) Select Finish.
Google Nexus One, G1, & G2
Internet Settings:
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
Press the menu button (on front of phone).
Tap Settings.
Tap Wireless Controls.
Tap Mobile Networks.
Enter the following details:
 APN: att.mvno
 Proxy: 66.209.11.33
 Port: 80
 Username: <Blank>
 Password: <Blank>
 Server: <Blank>
 MMSC: http://mmsc.cingular.com
 MMS Proxy: 66.209.11.33
 MMS port: 80
 MCC: <Blank>
 MNC: <Blank>
 Authentication type: <Blank>
 APN Type: <Blank>
LG Standard
Internet Settings:
(1) Select Menu > Settings > Connection > Network Profile.
(2) Enter the following information:
 Connection title: H2O Wireless
 Auth: <Blank>
 User name: <Blank>
 Password: <Blank>
 APN: att.mvno
Browser Settings:
(1) Select Menu > Media Net (if At&t) > Browser Settings > Accounts > Options > New.
(2) Enter the following information:
 Name: H2O Wireless
 Homepage: <User Preference>
 Connection Type: TCP without proxy
 Security: Non-Secure
 Time out: 150
 Network profile: H2O Wireless
(3) Select Save.
(4) Check the box next to H2O Wireless.
MMS Settings:
(1) Select Messages > Message Settings > MMS > Message Center > Options > New.
(2) Enter the following information:
 Name: H2O Wireless
 MMSC URL: http://mmsc.cingular.com
 MMSC Proxy: 66.209.11.33
 MMSC Port: 80
 Connection Mode: TCP w/o Proxy
 Network Profile: H2O Wireless
(3) Select Save > Activate.
LG KP500
Internet Settings:
(1) Select Menu > Settings > Connection > Access points.
 Add Profile.
(2) Enter the following information:
 Connection title: H2O Wireless
 Bearer: GPRS
 Authentication: <Blank>
 Username: <Blank>
 Password: <Blank>
 APN: att.mvno
(3) Select Save > Back to Connectivity > Internet profiles > Add profile.
(4) Enter the following information:
 Connection title: H2O Wireless
 Use proxy: On
 Proxy server address: 66.209.11.33
 Proxy server port: 80
 APN: att.mvno
(5) Select Save > Internet > Settings > Profiles > Add Profile.
 Connection title: H2O Wireless
 Internet Profile: H2O Wireless
(6) Select Save > Activate H2O Wireless.
MMS Settings:
(1) Select Menu > Settings > Connectivity > Internet Profiles > Add Profile.
(2) Enter the following information:
 Connection title: H2O Wireless
 Use proxy: On
 Proxy server address: 66.209.11.33
 Proxy server port: 80
 APN: att.mvno
(3) Select Multi Msg Center.
(4) Add Center and enter the following information:
 Connection title: H2O Wireless
 MMSC URL: http://mmsc.cingular.com
 MMS profile: H2O Wireless
(5) Select Save > Yes to activate.
Motorola RAZR v3
Internet Settings:
(1) Select Main Menu > Settings > Web Access > Web Sessions > New Entry.
(2) Enter the following information:
 Name: H2O Wireless
 Homepage: <User preference>
 Proxy 1: 66.209.11.33
 Port 1: 80
 Domain 1: <Blank>
 DNS1: <Blank>
 DNS2: <Blank>
 GPRS APN: att.mvno
 Username: <Blank>
 Password: <Blank>
(3) Select Done.
(4) With H2O Wireless highlighted, select Options > Set as Default.
MMS Settings:
(1) Select Main Menu > Messaging > Options > Setup > Message Setup > Multimedia
Message Setup > Server Info. > Options > New.
(2) Enter the following information:
 Service Name: H2O Wireless
 Server address: proxy.mvno.H2OMobileweb.com
 Web Session Name: select H2O Wireless
(3) Select Done > H2O Wireless and there will be a check next to it that indicates it will be using
that mms profile.
Nokia Standard (5230)
Internet Settings:
(1) Select Main Menu > Settings > Configuration Settings > Personal Configuration Settings > Add New >
Services (or Web) > Account Name.
(2) Enter the following information:
 Name: H2O Wireless
 Homepage: <user preference>
 Username: <Blank>
 Password: <Blank>
 APN: att.mvno
 Proxy: Disable
 Proxy Gateway field: 66.209.11.33
 Proxy Port: 80
 Data Bearer: GPRS
 Bearer Settings: GPRS access point
(3) Select Authentication.
 Select Normal and select OK.
(4) Username: <Blank>
Password: <Blank>
(5) Select Back twice > H2O Wireless > Options > Activate Service Settings.
(6) Press RED End Key to return to the home screen.
Nokia 5230
Internet Settings:
(1) Select Menu > Settings > Connectivity >
Destinations > Internet > Options >
New Access Point.
(2) Tap on No > Packet data > Text field.
 Enter H2O Wireless and tap Green
Check mark.
 Tap OK.
(3) Highlight H2O Wireless and tap Options
> Edit > Access Point Name.
 Enter att.mvno and tap Green Check
mark.
 Tap OK.
(4) Tap Homepage.
 Enter Homepage <user preference>
and tap Green Check mark.
(5) Tap OK > Options > Advanced Settings
> Proxy Server Address.
 Enter 66.209.11.33 and tap Green
Check mark.
(6) Tap OK > Proxy Port Number.
 Enter 80 and tap Green Check mark.
(7) Tap OK > Back (until you reach the
Main Menu Screen) > Internet icon >
Web icon > Options > Settings >
General > Access point > Internet >
Options > Select Access point.
(8) Highlight H2O Wireless and tap OK.
MMS Settings:
(1) Select Menu > Settings > Connectivity >
Destinations > Multimedia Msg. > Options >
New Access Point.
(2) Tap on No > Packet data > Text field.
 Enter H2O Wireless and tap Green Check
mark.
 Tap OK.
(3) Select New Access Point.
 Highlight the new access point and then tap
Options.
(4) Tap on Edit > Access Point Name.
 Enter att.mvno and tap Green Check mark.
(5) Tap on OK > Homepage > Text field.
 Enter H2O Wireless.
(6) Tap OK > Options > Advanced Settings > Proxy
server address.
 Enter 66.209.11.33 and tap Green Check
mark.
(7) Tap OK > Proxy Port Number.
 Enter 80 and tap Green Check mark.
(8) Tap on OK > Back (until you reach the Main
Menu Screen) > Messaging icon > Options >
Settings > Multimedia Message > Access
point > MMS > H2O Wireless.
Samsung Standard (Behold, A-Series & T-Series)
Internet Settings:
(1) Enter *#87927#.
(2) Enter the following information:
 Name: H2O Wireless
 APN: att.mvno
 Auth Type: <Blank>
 Protocol: HTTP
 Home URL: <user preference>
 Proxy: 66.209.11.33
 Port: 80
 Linger time: <Blank>
(3) Select Save.
MMS Settings:
(1) Enter *#87667#.
(2) Enter the following information:
 Name: H2O Wireless
 APN: att.mvno
 Auth Type: <Blank>
 Protocol: HTTP
 Home URL: <user preference>
 Proxy: 66.209.11.33
 Port: 80
 Linger time: <Blank>
(3) Select Save.
Samsung Behold (Highlight,
Memoir & Solstice)
MMS Settings:
Internet Settings:
(1) Enter *#6984125#.
(2) Select Admin Setting > Network >
Call Settings > Connections.
(3) Select Network Profiles.
 Delete DM Profile and TMO_DS
Profile.
(4) Enter the following information:
 Name: H2O Wireless
 APN: att.mvno
 Auth Type: <Blank>
 Protocol: HTTP
 Home URL: <user preference>
 Proxy: 66.209.11.33
 Port: 80
 Linger time: <Blank>
(5) Select Internet (you will need to
edit the Browser Profile.)
(1) Enter the following information:
 Name: H2O Wireless
 APN: att.mvno
 Proxy: 66.209.11.33
 Home URL: <Blank>
Samsung A-Series Phone
Internet Settings:
(1) Select Menu > Settings >
Application Settings > Browser
Settings > Options > New.
(2) Enter the following information:
 Name: H2O Wireless
 APN: att.mvno
 Auth Type: <Blank>
 Username: <Blank>
 Password: <Blank>
 Protocol: HTTP
 Home URL: <user preference>
 Proxy: 66.209.11.33
 Port: 80
 Linger time: <Blank>
(3) Highlight H2O Wireless and then
select Save.
MMS Settings:
(1) Select Menu > Settings > Application
Settings > Messaging Settings >
Multimedia Message > Multimedia
Message Profiles > Options > New.
(2) Enter the following information:
 Name: H2O Wireless
 APN: att.mvno
 Auth Type: <Blank>
 Username: <Blank>
 Password: <Blank>
 Protocol: HTTP
 Home URL: <user preference>
 Proxy: 66.209.11.33
 Port: 80
 Linger time: <Blank>
(3) Select Save.
(4) Highlight H2O Wireless and then select
Save.
Samsung T-Series Phone
MMS Settings:
Internet Settings:
(1) Enter *#87927#.
(2) Enter the following information:
 Name: H2O Wireless
 APN: att.mvno
 Auth Type: <Blank>
 Username: <Blank>
 Password: <Blank>
 Protocol: HTTP
 Home URL: <user preference>
 Proxy: 66.209.11.33
 Port: 80
 Linger time: <Blank>
(3) Select Save.
(1) Enter *#87927#.
(2) Select MMS.
(3) Enter the following information:
 Name: H2O Wireless
 APN: att.mvno
 Auth Type: <Blank>
 Username: <Blank>
 Password: <Blank>
 Protocol: HTTP
 Home URL: <user preference>
 Proxy: 66.209.11.33
 Port: 80
 Linger time: <Blank>
(4) Select Save.
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